The Mignot lab is eclectic, and now works in three main areas: 1) Machine learning and signal processing applied to human sleep recordings, 2) genetics and proteomics of human sleep and sleep disorders, and 3) the role of the immune system in autoimmune and neurodegenerative disorders of the brain, including narcolepsy. In addition to these specific areas, lab members are encouraged to explore new domains as their scientific questions evolve. It is often at the interface of disciplines and technologies that fun and important discoveries occur. Our lab prizes collaboration in areas where we have less expertise; we work and maintain strong relationships with teams around the world.
Mignot Lab Member
Emmanuel Mignot and Richard K Bogan and Jed Black and Rupa Parvataneni and Diane Menno and Y Grace Wang and Yves Dauvilliers
Emmanuel Mignot and Carol L Rosen and Diane Menno and Y Grace Wang and Judi Profant and Yves Dauvilliers
Adrien Waeber and Pierrick J Arnal and Gianpaolo Lecciso and David Albir and Emmanuel Mignot and Raphael Heinzer
EB Leary and KT Watson and S Ancoli-Israel and S Redline and K Yaffe and LA Ravelo and PE Peppard and J Zou and S Goodman and E Mignot and KL Stone
Y Dauvilliers and GJ Lammers and M Lecendreux and G Plazzi and K Maski and S Kansagra and E Mignot and D Menno and Y Wang and CL Rosen
A Waeber and P Arnal and E Mignot and R Heinzer
We have open positions for Post-Doctoral Fellows and computational biologists.
For a full list of our open positions, check out our page of job listings.
Don't meet the exact requirements for any of the open positions but interested in working at the Mignot Lab? We are always looking for motivated students and want to learn.